This is Our Mission
Jesus Christ by providing students an education based upon
academic excellence with a biblical worldview.
The educational philosophy of First Baptist Christian Academy is based on the Christian world view which is derived from truths as found in the Christian faith. This faith flows from the infallible, inerrant (Psalm 19:7), and inspired Word of God. The Bible is the authoritative, reliable and finalsource of truth. (11 Timothy 3:16-17, John 17:17)
It is our belief that God not only created all things (Genesis 1:1), but He sustains and consummates all things through His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ (Colossians 1:16-17). Therefore, the universe and all life are dynamically related to Him and have the purpose of glorifying Him. (Revelation 4:11)
Man is created in God’s image, (Genesis 1:27) and for this reason he has infinite worth. Man is a sinner by nature (Romans 3:23) and by choice because of the fall of Adam (Romans 5:12) and is separated from God. His sin nature and separation from God make him incapable of knowing or
glorifying God (Romans 3:10-11) apart from a work of reconciliation by God through the atoning death of Jesus Christ. Man can be reconciled to God only by being born again through receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord by faith. (Romans 5:10)
The most effective way education can be accomplished is in an environment which recognizes that all truth is God’s truth (Psalml, Deuteronomy 32:4). The foundation of all wisdom and knowledge begins with the fear of the Lord (Proverb 9:10), and only a redeemed person can completely comprehend the truth as the Holy Spirit reveals it to him (John 16:7-8, I Corinthians 2:14). Therefore, in the curricula, emphasis is placed on the unity of all truth (John 14:16) and on the development of an eternal perspective for life. (Romans 14:12)
The Bible clearly teaches that parents are responsible for their children’s education and discipline (Deuteronomy 6:7, Ephesians 6:4).
First Baptist Christian Academy is not a substitute for the home but serves as an extension of the home and one means through which parents fulfill the responsibility the Lord has given them.